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UCS Gov Unit 1 Review - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. The New Jersey Plan
  2. pluralist
  3. fiscal federalism
  4. providing public goods and services
  5. Articles of Confederation
  6. 2nd amendment
  7. Thomas Paine
  8. Anti-Federalists
  9. 4th amendment
  10. First amendment
  11. The Great Compromise
  12. delegated powers
  13. oligarchy
  14. 6th amendment
  15. Locke
  16. 7th amendment
  17. Article VI
  18. representative monarchy
  19. dictatorship
  20. Article II
  21. The Philadelphia Convention
  22. Albany Congress
  23. implied powers
  24. socialization
  25. full faith and credit clause
  26. privileges and immunities clause
  27. linkage institution
  28. The Federalist Papers
  29. Shays' Rebellion
  30. democracy
  31. maintaining order
  32. Mount Vernon Convention
  33. Article V
  34. Declaration of Independence
  35. policy-making cycle
  36. separation of powers
  37. reserved powers
  38. 5th amendment
  39. Dual federalism
  40. Montesquieu
  41. devolution
  42. 9th amendment
  43. elite
  44. Article VII
  45. Annapolis Convention
  46. Article III
  47. project grants
  48. popular sovereignty
  49. protecting citizens
  50. Preamble
  51. judicial review
  52. enumerated powers
  53. 3rd amendment
  54. Rousseau
  55. hyperpluralism
  56. regulate economy
  57. 8th amendment
  58. federalism
  59. monarchy
  60. Article IV
  61. categorical grants
  62. 10th amendment
  63. Article I
  64. formula grants
  65. unfunded mandates
  66. block grants
  67. concurrent powers
  68. limited government
  69. The Virginia Plan
  70. traditional
  71. checks and balances
  72. Prohibitory Act
  73. elastic clause
  74. Three-Fifths Compromise
  75. cooperative federalism
  76. Hobbes